Women's Impact Foundation
Women’s Impact Foundation is an association of women committed to providing faithful support for the programs and mission of MN Adult & Teen Challenge.
Our goal is to provide support for the youth and adults in our community through MNTC prevention and treatment programs while encouraging personal enrichment, joyful service and spiritual growth among our members.
How Do I Join?
You are invited!! Join us by emailing Darsi.Beasley@mntc.org.
We will contact you to seek your interests and add you to our mailing list so you can attend upcoming gatherings and events.
Ways to Get Involved
Related to clients: become a mentor, pen pal, assist with a Bible Study, join in Activity Days, teach a class, school tutors, organize clothing closets, library help…
Related to fundraising: assist with finding sponsors for events, join our prayer team, fill a table at our spring luncheon, procure raffle items …
She extends a helping hand to the poor and opens her arms to the needy. – Proverbs 31:20
The challenges of addiction are many… treatment, housing, health, employment, education, families, kids… the list goes on! Women are in a unique position to activate their nurturing gifts and engage in supporting these needs… making a positive impact in changing our communities for the better.
We believe that women care about the quality of life for individuals and families. Women are interested in making friends and feeling connected. Women bring creative ideas to support at-risk individuals through volunteering, prayer, and fundraising. The Women’s Impact Foundation was created to offer opportunities for women to become involved on a level that speaks to their hearts while making a significant contribution in helping others. Working together, we can make an impact in our community, learn from others, be enriched by mentors and have fun along the way!
We hope to encourage each other in utilizing our unique skills while serving others. We are intentional about passing on the values of good stewardship to younger generations and enriching lives through service and fellowship.
Darsi Beasley, Chairman
Mary Kay Bensen